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Hearing loss and other forms of hearing challenges are very common and can affect almost anyone, regardless of age or race. In America, about five percent of the adult population experience ear-related problems, such as hearing loss. This percentage can be equated to about 37 million people, with the majority able to benefit from hearing aids.  However, if you are

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Hearing aid manufacturers invest in making sure that their devices are robust and can withstand the test of time. Sometimes, though, they can become damaged, requiring repair.  Knowing what to do when you need hearing aid repairs , however, isn’t always straightforward. Here, we’re going to look at some of the steps that you can take to troubleshoot problems with

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In today’s world, you can buy hearing aids in shops or over the internet and fit them yourself. If you do that, though, you’ll miss out on all of the benefits of a proper hearing aid fitting performed by a trained and certified audiologist .  Hearing aid fittings are more critical than you might think. Here are three reasons for

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When it comes to hearing aids, they can be pretty life-changing for those who have hearing loss. But like all forms of technology, they can be so good until they run out of battery power. When you’re dealing with something that is like an additional limb to your body, you need it to be functioning as consistently as possible. So,

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Hearing loss can affect people in different ways. There are different types of hearing loss and levels of severity, with each person's hearing loss being unique. The most common type of hearing loss is sensorineural or sensory hearing loss, with conductive hearing loss and mixed hearing loss being the two other main types. Hearing loss can be mild, moderate, severe

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While hearing loss is often associated with old age, in reality, the physical condition can affect people of all ages. It is estimated that close to 15-20% of Americans aged 12 and over experience varying levels of hearing loss in both ears. The percentage of hearing loss among the population doubles with every decade of life, making the condition more

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Hearing loss, either complete or partial, can affect so many people, especially of a certain age. If you find yourself experiencing any sort of hearing loss, the best thing you can do is to choose the right hearing aids to help improve your hearing once again. A hearing aid is so important for helping to make your life more comfortable,

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Tinnitus is defined as a ringing in the ears that is believed to affect around 15-20% of people. This can be a very uncomfortable condition and can lead to balance problems and feelings of nausea, etc. If left untreated, tinnitus can cause issues with things like depression, anxiety and a lack of concentration, and this means taking action as soon

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If you’ve never seen an audiologist, you may wonder how to make the most of your first appointment. Typically, most people who schedule an audiology appointment are experiencing hearing loss . While not all hearing loss conditions are permanent, they all share a common trait: Damage to your inner ear. An audiologist can help you not only to understand the

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One of the most critical steps to getting the best out of your hearing aid is the hearing aid fitting. The process is a simple one, but you should also make sure you find the right audiologist . We are going to look at today at a few of the things that are to be expected during a hearing aid

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